Lighted tour, car­ni­val open through Mon­day

Austin American-Statesman - - COMMUNITY NEWS - — HALEIGH SVO­BODA, AMER­I­CAN-STATES­MAN STAFF — HALEIGH SVO­BODA, AMER­I­CAN-STATES­MAN STAFF

Those who have yet to visit Round Rock’s two new­est hol­i­day tra­di­tions — a lighted driv­ing tour and a hol­i­day car­ni­val — have un­til Mon­day to do so.

The Rock’ N Lights tour and vil­lage lo­cated in Old Set­tlers Park ends New Year’s eve.

The light tour con­tains 2 mil­lion lights along a mile-anda-half drive that starts at the north of the park off of Old Set­tlers Boule­vard and ex­its onto U.S. 79.

Sev­eral an­i­mated light dis­plays de­pict city land­marks, in­clud­ing the real Round Rock, the Round Rock Ex­press Base­ball Club and more.

The Rock’ N Lights vil­lage, lo­cated in the Dell Di­a­mond park­ing lot at U.S. 79 and 3400 East Palm Val­ley Boule­vard, features car­ni­val rides and food.

The tour and vil­lage are open from 6 to 10 p.m. Fri­day and Satur­day and from 6 to 9 p.m. Sun­day and Mon­day.

Ad­mis­sion to the light tour starts at $15 for fam­ily ve­hi­cles. For more in­for­ma­tion, go to www.roundrock­texas.gov/ rockn­lights.

Fam­i­lies may cel­e­brate the sea­son by watch­ing a free hol­i­day movie on the down­town square, 103 W. Sev­enth St.

The movie se­ries will fea­ture a screen­ing of the live­ac­tion ver­sion of “How the Grinch Stole Christ­mas” with Jim Car­rey at 6:30 p.m. Fri­day.

In the case of in­clement weather, check for event can­cel­la­tions or changes at VisitGe­orge­town.com.

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